“You’re No Better Than Thugs on the Streets”: Dayo Amusa Strongly Maintains Stance on Online Trolls, Bullies
- Actress Dayo Amusa has made it clear that she meant every bit of her words speaking against internet trolls and bullies
- The movie star reemphasized that it is never okay to verbally attack others simply because of differences in political choices
- Amusa’s post got internet users talking, with some agreeing with the movie star’s position on cyberbullying
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The election season has indeed been a roller coaster, and Nollywood’s Dayo Amusa was among celebrities who were at the receiving end of cyberbullying over their political choice.
In an Instagram post, Amusa made it crystal clear that internet trolls and bullies are no different from thugs on the street who launch physical attacks on people.
According to the actress, it is indeed baffling to see people resort to vile insults simply because they share different views, beliefs and opinions with others.
“It’s okay if you don’t agree with me or my views but it’s never okay for you to come to my space bashing, cursing or insulting me. No! that’s unacceptable,” the actress wrote.
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The Nollywood star wondered if internet trolls have an idea of the lives they have claimed simply by choosing to attack others.
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Social media users react to Dayo Amusa's post
"I agree with her… cyber bullying is as detrimental as physical attack. It destabilizes you emotionally…. You come online and permit yourself to say some horrendous things simply because that person opposes your opinion. It’s easy to point an accusing finger and label others as thugs… online bullies are even bigger emotional thugs."
"She’s right. Two wrongs do not make a right."
"Dayo, no problem. This energy you’re using to drag people who wrote online, I hope you used same energy to drag the offline thugs!"
"She just said the truth. Y’all insulting and cursing people online, there’s no difference between y’all and the so called thugs you are crying about. Una be one family."
Actress Iyabo Ojo addresses Dayo Amusa's cryptic IG post
Legit.ng reported that movie star, Iyabo Ojo, took to social media in response to an indirect shade from colleague Dayo Amusa.
Amusa had blasted people who collected favours from politicians only to call them thugs later.
During her Instagram live, Iyabo noted that Amusa is her friend and was not referring to her because she has never received such favours from MC Oluomo.